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Omega: Your Speedy 2.

Edit to my post. Mine is plus 2.5 seconds/day. The plus sign doesn’t work, I guess.
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By: Pelican1960
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Omega: Your Speedy.

If it hasn’t been serviced in ten years, I would service it. The movement can be better regulated than 12/day. My Speedy is a year old and it’s at 2.5 seconds/day which is acceptable. And I wear mind almost daily. Just a thought. Mark
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By: Pelican1960
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Omega: 😊

The watch is not 60 years old; I am. Sorry for the confusion. Mark
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By: Pelican1960
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Omega: Cool!

Thanks for your response. I love the mathematical response. I’ll do some calculations. 😊
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By: Pelican1960
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Omega: Nothing’s Perfect. 😊

That doesn’t bother me. Part of the Speedy charm.
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By: Pelican1960
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Omega: Speedy Sub-dial Running Seconds.

It may be my 60 year old eyes, but the running seconds on the Speedy sub-seconds dial seems to have a very smooth running rhythm. I hardly see the “tick tock” motion that I see on other watches with a higher beat rate. I have an Omega f300 electric watch and it reminds me of the smooth motion on tha
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By: Pelican1960
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Omega: Speedy Hesalite

I have no new inside information, but I’m hoping that Omega will leave the hesalite model alone with the 1861 movement in place and upgrade the sapphire version to caliber 3861 and call it a day. That would let entry level collectors have access to the Speedy and keep NASA happy for space flight ope
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By: Pelican1960
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Omega: Yes

She could earn you more dollars for watches! 😂
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By: Pelican1960
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